London, 1964. Two rival youth cults, the mods and the rockers, emerge with explosive consequences.
For Jimmy (Phil Daniels) and his sharp-suited, pill-popping, scooter-riding mates, being a mod is a way of life, it's their generation. Together they head off to Brighton for an orgy of drugs, thrills and violent confrontation against the rockers. Will Jimmy emerge a hero or will he be disillusioned by his way of life? 'I don't wanna be like everybody else, that's why I'm a mod, see?'
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Many films are often referred to as a 'cult classic' but Quadrophenia deserves it. A film for all generations but probably most fondly remembered by the generation now parent to the teens and young adults of today, Quadrophenia serves as a timeless reminder of the bittersweet emotional highs and lows of every young adults life. The imagery of 1960's Britain coupled with the seminal soundtrack by The Who along with other classic tracks from other artists of the era, are as convincing today as they were 30 years ago. Every child of the late 70's and early 80's who remember this film when it first did the rounds should own it, and make sure their kids don't miss out on what is surely one of the best youth movies ever made.
I've not had a copy of Quadrophenia since the VHS days. I'd forgotten what I was missing. A smashing film, showcasing the talents of so many household names in their early days. The music is top dollar on this film and really sets the scene. I was impressed with the transfer quality and the additional features too.
Very happy the sound quality is brilliant. The picture is as good as you will get for the aging classic. Had it on video, then on DVD and now Blu ray - The final time I will buy it but it will be much watched.